Tipitaka Sutta Pitaka Digha Nikaya Silakkhandha-vagga Brahmajala Sutta ( DN 1) Contents[show] The Setting Thus have I heard: Once the Lord was. I found a copy of the sutta at the MettaNet – Lanka public domain Tipitaka web site. This is a wonderful resource, but the English translation was done by T. W. While others may praise or criticize the Buddha, they tend to focus on trivial details. The Buddha presents an analysis of 62 kinds of wrong view, seeing through.
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And as this exposition was being proclaimed, the ten-thousand world-system shook. He says things at the right time which are valuable, reasonable, succinct, and beneficial.
When he had thus spoken, the venerable Ananda said to the Blessed One: And on account of what, starting out from what, do they do so? The beliefs on the universe is based on the speculation about the infinite or the limited nature of the universe. These beliefs were described in seven type hrahmajala authorities and basis:.
This common phrase referring to a serious homeless follower of Buddha-Dharma is IMO characteristic of compilations composed after Buddha’s death. Because brahmwjala placing of the mind and the keeping it connected there are coarse.
Wrong view 13 – This is a wonderful resource, but the English translation was done by T. It is almost impossible another living being that can articulate this kind of Suttas.
These are the principles—deep, hard to see, hard to understand, peaceful, sublime, beyond brahmajalx scope of reason, subtle, comprehensible to the astute—which the Realized One makes known after realizing them with his own insight. And when I fell from thence I was reborn here. Since I, by means of ardour of exertion of application of earnestness of careful thought, can reach such concentration that, rapt in heart, I live in the world perceiving it to be finite-by that I know this.
Brahmajala Sutta (Theravada)
He avoids using high or wide beds. Brahmajala Sutta DN 1 Contents [ show ]. For whoever does so, they do so in these four ways, brshmajala in one or other of the same; there is no other way in which they do so.
What should be said last you said first. The ascetic Gotama refrains from such bedding. And what is the second ground on which they rely?
So ignorance to Buddha’s Dhamma Suttas, teachings, practices is expected. The Brahmajala sutta consists of two parts, the Sila morality section comprising the small, medium and great section, and the philosophical portions in which the various philosophical views held by individual philosophers or schools of philosophy are discussed. In the Ariyapariyesana sutta Majjhima Nikaya the same adjectives are used in connection with the causal genesis paticcasamuppadathe conditioned origination idappaccayatathe cessation of all the predispositions sabba samkhara-samathathe abandonment of all the bases of life sabba upadhi patinissaggaNibbana etc.
The Second and the Third part of the sutta discuss about 62 beliefs ditthi which are devoutly practised by the ascetics in India. And it also includes making predictions about the results of all such phenomena.
But I don’t say so. Bragmajala ascetics and brahmins who theorize about the past or the future do so on one or other of these sixty-two grounds. It is thus that the unconverted man, when speaking in praise of the Tathagata, might speak [ 14 ]. And since this soul, on the dissolution of the body, is cut off, destroyed, does not continue after death, then is it, Sir, that the soul is completely annihilated.
He knows this, and he also knows other things far beyond far better than those speculations surta and having that knowledge, he is not puffed up, and thus untarnished he has, in his own heart, realized the way of escape from them, has understood, as they really are, the rising and passing away of sensations, their sweet taste, their danger, how they cannot be relied on, and not grasping after any of those things men are eager for the Tathagata is quite set free.
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On the dissolution of the body, beyond the end of his life, neither gods nor men shall see him. The sutta discusses two main topics: The cosmos is infinite and unbounded. This, monks, is the btahmajala state of things, on the ground of which, starting from which, some recluses and Brahmans are Semi-eternalists, and in four ways maintain that the soul and the world are in some respects eternal, and in brahhmajala not.
Any ascetics and brahmins who assert that the self and the cosmos are eternal do so on one or other of these four grounds. But when the self, with the waning of delight, dwells in equanimity, mindful and clearly aware, experiencing in his own body that joy of which the Noble Ones say: Neither conscious nor unconscious existence of the bfahmajala after death.